posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 11:04 PM
Just watched the show. It gave a skeptical atmosphere as would be expected with any show on the paranormal coming from a scientific organization, but
quite frankly I agreed with the skeptics on many points. It does seem that alledged pet psychics point out the obvious or pick up on mundane things
like an animal's hunger. I would never pay somebody money to come to my house and tell me my cat feel's good. If they were to share information
about the cat's life which only I could know, that would be different.
As for the animals having some sort of ability for detecting danger, that has been proven time and time again. But I don't think it is as much esp as
it is just plain natural instinct. Animals are much more tied in to nature than we are, admit it. Don't get me wrong, I believe that certain psychic
abilities may be real; but with the principle of occam's razor in mind, if a natural explanation for an observation suffices, why look to a